I have created a Captivate eLearning presentation and would like people to visit my website and be able to use it. I am using Elementor as the page builder. Does anyone know of a way I can achieve this, perhaps with a plug-in? I have already uploaded the presentation in a zip file
I upload the published file to a webserver, and insert a link to an iFrame in my blog which points to the URL of the uploaded file. I don't zip it.
Example: <p><iframe src="https://www.lilybiri.com/published/RemediationLoop/index.html" width="800" height="490"></iframe><br></p>
You can find this in the blog post:
I didn't zip the output, and Reporting cannot be used because you don't upload to a LMS.
Thank you for the kind advice. If I don't zip the file, when I select Publish to Computer - the output is a folder within which are other folders and files. I cannot see a way of producing one file to refer to its URL (Index.html in your example), am I doing something wrong?
Did you upload to a webserver? HTML5 output is like a website. Once the folder with its hierarchy is uploaded to such a server, it is sufficient to point to the index.html file in the folder. It will take care of launching the output. Same as for all websites. They never exist as a single file. In my example that subfolder in my domain acts as my webserver. You can also install a webserver locally or use a service like AWS (amazon).
Aha, didn't realise that. I will do some research to see if I can find a free web server to host my Captivate output file. Thanks for your help.